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I urge anyone who has a share portfolio in nominee accounts or in an ISA or SIPP (which must by law be held in nominee accounts) to read this thread about the bankruptcy of Beaufort Securities: Rather than being ring-fenced, it seems that such a portfolio is at risk of losing 40% of its value over £50,000 if the provider of the nominee accounts…

Would any people, other than myself, like Stockopedia to change their share price graphs so that their price axes would always start at zero, or at least to have an option to display graphs in that way? At present, the graphs have their price axes starting and finishing at the lowest and highest price, respectively, over the time-period of the graph. But that means a…

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Sorry my link was to the US dollar version of that ETF. Here is a link to the GB pounds version:

A very easy way to invest in low volatility international stocks is to buy this Exchange Traded Fund:

There's an article written today about Renewables Infrastructure (TRIG) here:

Hi Chris, You wrote: "I used to hold Renewables Infrastructure (LON:TRIG). Seemed to be a growing company but share price was astonishingly stable. Then I found out that they seemed to be issuing more shares on a regular basis. I sold partly because I didn't really understand what they were up to." The stable share price compared with most other stocks and the regular issuing…

"I'm no fan of thumbs down. But frankly, I'm appalled by the idea the thumbs down should be limited to paying subscribers, but that anyone can vote up (like ADVFN)." The obvious solution is to restrict both thumbs down and thumbs up to paying subscribers.

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